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44 still missing in SW China after rain triggers landslides

2010-07-13 14:24:19 GMT2010-07-13 22:24:19 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Firemen work on a flooded street in Xiaohe Town of Qiaojia County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, July 13, 2010. Four people were killed and 42 others went missing after landslide and flood hit the town early Tuesday. As of noon, 53 people were also injured in the disaster. (Xinhua/Zhang Guangyu)

An injured man, whose parents and wife are missing, is evacuated in Xiaohe Town of Qiaojia County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, July 13, 2010. Four people were killed and 42 others went missing after landslide and flood hit the town early Tuesday. As of noon, 53 people were also injured in the disaster. (Xinhua/Zhang Guangyu)

Firemen work on a flooded street in Xiaohe Town of Qiaojia County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, July 13, 2010. Four people were killed and 42 others went missing after landslide and flood hit the town early Tuesday. As of noon, 53 people were also injured in the disaster. (Xinhua/Zhang Guangyu)

Four people were killed and 42 others went missing after landslide and flood hit the town early Tuesday. As of noon, 53 people were also injured in the disaster.

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